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Our friends, the Animation Chefs, are at it again, rebooting their Shark vs. Rabbit cartoon series, using the lessons from their Animation Starter Kit. The Animation Starter Kit is a collection of 1-2 minute videos that cover the basic secret recipes animators have used for the past 100+ years. Each lesson comes with downloadable worksheets that...
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The Cinekid Foundation from the Netherlands brings children in touch with media by encouraging them to participate and create their own visual content. Every autumn Cinekid organises the largest children’s media festival in the world in Amsterdam. Throughout the year Cinekid organises media workshops for children. In Amsterdam, one of every four children gets in touch with...
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Australia based illustrator and artist Kate Churchward believes in the importance of details, something that is plain to see when viewing her intricate and whimsical work. Having recently become interested in stop motion animation, Kate looked to examples made with iStopMotion for inspiration and thus was bitten by the animation bug. Kate’s first clip with...
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Have you ever wondered how a Star Wars BB-8 droid is born? Hint: According to our Youtuber friend leoand1, it starts with a golf ball and some magical sand! For this video, leoand1 used iStopMotion to trick the eye into seeing a golf ball transform into a small BB-8 droid model. leoand1 often uses iStopMotion to...
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We’ve been getting some great iStopMotion submissions from Youtubers lately! Check out this animation by Youtuber Jelly Eyes. Not only is it a great example of how smooth your iStopMotion videos can be, but it has some awesome sound effects too! Jelly Eyes crafted this film about a crazy car chase using a Logitech webcam and...
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When we last heard from Rachel, the Sydney, Australia native was beginning to get comfortable with the ins and outs of iStopMotion, using the software to give life to her claymation characters, Spacedog and Alligatorman. After 8 episodes, it’s clear that Rachel knows a thing or two about bringing her creations to life! As seen...
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London artist, Tessa Holmes, has established herself as a successful printmaker, having taught the subject at the London College of Communication for over 12 years. Most recently, she’s taken her art in a new direction, using her animalgamation pieces as inspiration. Her new creative direction has led to the development of her fascinating concept, “wiromals,” wire sculptures...
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When used together, LEGO and iStopMotion brings to life some of the most imaginative scenarios. Take a look at this short by YouTuber LEGO Creator Cartoon for a peak into the thrills, schemes and plotting in LEGOland! Lego cartoon Shopping stop motionWatch this video on YouTube. Polished and technically impressive, the short highlights the storytelling...
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This iStopMotion video was a “first try!” We know, we can’t believe it either! “The Box” was made by Sabra, age 11, with some help from her dad. It centers around a male character named Blondie who discovers a box and learns what is inside with a little help from his magnifying glass friend. The...
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At Box of Light Studios, creative thinking is king. Providing children ages 6-14 with an environment for creative learning, Box of Light features classes designed to teach students animation, film, comics and more, fostering necessary skills such as collaboration, problem-solving and communication. In public studio classes, students are able to explore animation techniques and complete their...
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